July 29 - August 1, 2022
Welcome to the Strathcona Invitational website.
The Strathcona Invitational has a long and storied history that we hope is captured on this website. Starting in 2021, you may enter on-line on this website as well as access information about the tournament such as draws, qualifying round scores and Match Play times and pairings.
In the coming weeks and months, we will update the activities for the 2021 Invitational. We believe we will have some important and exciting news in the months ahead. For now, browse through our menu to learn about the history of this storied event.
Strathcona Invitational Golf Tournament Release.
February 19, 2021
The 2021 Strathcona Invitational committee is pleased to announce some changes for this year’s tournament. The 91st anniversary of the event will be moving to 18 hole matches only. In the Regular Division, there will still be a 16-man Championship flight and 8-man 1st and 2nd flights. The remaining players will be in 4-man flights and will play one 18-hole match Sunday and another on Monday. Similarly in the Senior Divisions, the Championship flights will remain as 8-man flights but any additional ones will be 4-man. This will mean that more golfers will play on Monday for a chance to win a prize. We have tentatively set a limit of 104 entries comprised of 72 regular and 32 seniors. We have also increased the number of Qualifying Round prizes putting a higher premium on your Friday or Saturday score. Invitations will be emailed the week of the Masters and posters will be displayed as soon as the courses are open for the season.
Conor Carr wins
Conor Carr prevailed to win 1 up over Jeff Hunter. In a see saw battle, in which no player was ever more than 1 up, it all came down to the 18th hole. Conor had taken the lead with a great up and down for birdie on the par 5 16th. Hunter with a solid par on the tough par 3 17th, squared the match. Conor got down in 2 on number 18 from the fringe for his par. It came down to Hunter needing a 10 ft. par putt to keep the match alive. He left the putt on the lip and left hander Colin Carr had his first Invitational Crown.
Hank Wilke, Ryan Untinen and John Valley prevailed in the three senior divisions.